Articles by Sofia Lotto Persio
"We came here to be safe" – women share stories of fleeing persecution only to face discrimination in Britain.
Turkish President Erdogan vows Euphrates Shield campaign's next target is Kurdish-controlled Manbij.
First institute for study of psychotherapy and psychotraumatology in Middle East opens in University of Duhok.
The charity wants the Home Office to treat asylum claimants as people rather than statistics.
Safe and legal pathways would protect migrant children from predators, the humanitarian agency says.
German husband Daniel Belling claims his Chinese-born wife left the cruise ship of her own free will.
The police union VSOA says there is no legal framework for the use of the new weapon.
According to the Committee to Protect Journalists, Iraq has been the deadliest country for media workers.
It is the first time the Iraqi government has publicly acknowledged an airstrike in Syria.
The dictionary editors are fact-checking the definition of terms used by Trump and his administration.
Italian police are looking to charge Daniel Belling with murder and preventing a lawful burial.
At least 60 dead after northern town liberated on 23 February by Turkey-backed Syrian rebels.
The government ordered an assessment of diplomatic ties after North Korea blamed Malaysia for the murder.
The town of al-Bab in Northern Syria was one of the jihadists' strongholds in the country.
Targets for the site include the Telegraph, the New York Times and Bloomberg.
Military-themed Patriot Park wants to offer young visitors the chance to "storm a specific location."
Sentences for beating up activist Ken Tsang were criticised as too severe.
Hashtag praising "the martyr Abu Bakr al-Samaraei" quickly spread on social media.
Four people were arrested following confrontations with the police.
Group said rise in "politics of demonisation" threatens rights at home and abroad.